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... for another twenty mins. I began to finish up the bottom of my skirt. By the time I knew it, it was all done, I proudly stood up, put one leg in the skirt and the next, brought it up to my waste and twirled as I happily sang “I’m finished”. Ixchel proudly stood up and said that skirt is beautiful Caren!” We chatted for a little bit with the young lady and she informed us on how this market began in the year 1969. It was known back then ...
... as same happened to me as Purto and I were slamming down marshmallows. We make our way up to another lookout before starting our descent down the volcano. Would have been awesome to get up to the very top of the volcano, but it was pretty cloudy and cool up there. Nonetheless, had an awesome experience and was a good solid hike. We get the van back to Tropicana with a few naps along the way to recharge. Our feet are covered in soot through our shoes so we rinse it all off in a ...
... were hiking with a guide, but were already completely exhausted. As one often does when travelling, you keep bumping into the same people, and I saw them again arriving by boat when I was leaving to go back to San Pedro.
Back at San Pedro I sat with my Israeli friends and chatted for a good while, and we shared some cheese cake, which is popular here. That was followed by a visiit from a Mayan lady who works in the catering industry (of sorts). When it was ...
... thing to do than dig up the hot stuff and cook some marshmallows.
This is Rach’s expertly flame grilled marshmallows.
We climbed back down the volcano and headed back to Antigua for an appointment with my bed that was well overdue.
... lake is incredible. A huge glassy blue lake dotted by fisher boats, surrounded by green luscious mountains and overgrown volcanoes. We check into our hotel (Hotel Mikaso, go there if you are ever in San Pedro of Lake Atitlán) which had a jacuzzi!! Have a little wander to explore town, grab some lunch and chill out in the jacuzzi for a little in the afternoon. What a lovely relaxing end to a bumpy lurching ...